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@IsMember("[Sales]"; @UserRoles)

How would I add another role to this?

[PMMEMEA]

would it be something like this

@IsMember("[Sales]":"[EMEAPMM]"; @UserRoles)
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by:HemanthaKumar
ID: 12192831
Right, (@IsMember("[Sales]":"[EMEAPMM]"; @UserRoles)) means that user has both the roles enabled...

What is that you want to check or do ?

~Hemanth
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by:Jaziar
ID: 12192859
I want the user can be in one or the other not both
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by:p_partha
ID: 12193183
That's get tricky as there might be a logical flaw.. i would try this:

!@IsMember(@UserRoles; "[Sales]") & 
!@IsMember(@UserRoles; "[EMEAPMM]")
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by:CRAK
ID: 12193231
I usually check with:

@Userroles *= "[Sales]":"[EMEAPMM]"
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by:p_partha
ID: 12193250
But crak, he wants to hide it , if the user has both the roles

Partha
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HappyFunBall earned 200 total points
ID: 12193311
That's not exactly right partha - the parameters are backwards.

This should work:

(@IsMember("[Sales]"; @UserRoles) | @IsMember("[EMEAPMM]"; @UserRoles)) & 
!@IsMember("[Sales]":"[EMEAPMM]"; @UserRoles)

That says, return 1 if Sales Or EMEAPMM roles are selected but not both.
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by:CRAK
ID: 12193329
Hmm.... I overread that bit.
In that case I guess there's nothing left to add other that to congratulate you!
;-))
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by:CRAK
ID: 12193365
I don't see the full features of that one yet (I'm getting tired), but HappyFunBall does have a point Partha:
What if the user has neither?
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by:p_partha
ID: 12193383
Yeah funball is right Crak.. Hide whens are always Head aches...:)

Partha
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by:Jaziar
ID: 12193450
The user may not have either. I also hate hide statements!!!!
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by:CRAK
ID: 12193451
Then why do you keep trying? There are loads of other challenges!
I once found getting a headacke a pretty good reason to try to stop bumpung my head against things.
Worked well! Saved lots on painkillers too!
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by:p_partha
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Jaziar,
If funball's logic also not fits for you, then put down the requirements explaining exactly what do u want

Partha
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by:Jaziar
ID: 12193633
Never thought about not bumping my head Crak - WOW
Funball's logic works for me - You guys have a good weekend and buy yourself a beer with the savings from the painkillers.  Thanks to all of you
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